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Canada - Name change in passport?

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I've sent all my documents with id and photocopies with my Mom so she can mail my new passport through Canada.

The lady at the post office said that it will not be accepted because of my id. Here is what I sent:

-original birth certificate

-original passport (maiden name)

-copy drivers license (maiden name)

-copy of green card/PR card (married new name)

-copy of marriage license (from Canada)

-two pictures, signed by my mom - guarantor

Is there not enough in my new name? If you have changed your name in your passport (going from US to Canada) what documents did you submit?

Thanks everyone!


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Moving to the Canada Regional Forum from Moving Here and your New Life in the US forum as OP is more likely to get the information she needs there

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The identification must be originals, not photocopies.

The marriage license might suffice - however you haven't sent 1 original that is in your married name.

You may submit original documents. They will be returned to you. If you are submitting photocopies (both sides), your guarantor must sign and date the photocopies to indicate the originals have been seen.

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